Imagine how the world must look like to a fish. Is it comparable to the popular fish eye effect that comes in all round and weird looking. Life underwater is a completely different world that has its own set of rules, its own habitat and its own mystical atmosphere. If you ever wondered how life underneath the ocean is, you could consider scuba diving, or play Fishdom.
I remember the first and only fish tank I had as a kid. The tank was full of brightly colored rocks, a few plastic decorations, and, of course, my goldfish friends. My parents kept it in their bedroom so my brother and I didn't get to see our fish very much but when we did it was usually to clean out the tank or feed them.
Now that I'm older, I've contemplated getting another fish tank, but I just can't get over the idea of having to put up with the headache of cleaning the thing or dealing with the smell they can sometimes put off.
When I discovered Fishdom in the play store on my phone, I knew I had to give the game a try. It allows me to do all the fun stuff that comes with owning a fish tank, without having to deal with all the not so fun elements.
One of my favorite parts about playing Fishdom is being able to decorate and design the various tanks you can choose in the game. I assumed once I had downloaded Fishdom that the game would just have a single atmosphere in which to design and redecorate repeatedly.
I was pleased to find that there are dozens of environments in which to choose for your unique fish tank, and even more inhabitants to acquire for it! I never expected to find cobblestone streets, gas lamps, houses, and so much more available for purchase in the in-game shop.
Initially, I had no clue what I might have to do to earn in-game currency to purchase the decorations and fish to go into my tank. I should have known that the developers would incorporate the ever-evolving match-3 puzzles to the game as a way to earn currency.
What I like about the match-3 puzzles in Fishdom is that they feel unique to the ones you find in many other mobile games on the market. The game boards are laid out in a challenging and unique way, so you'll never get bored with the variety.
I merely expected a simple aquarium simulator that would let me feed some digital fish while enjoying the idea of having some little fresh-water friends again.
Once I downloaded Fishdom and really dove into the game, I was pleasantly surprised by the diversity in the game. There are tons of challenging puzzles to play, beautiful atmospheres to design and decorate to your heart's content, and dozens of animated fish friends to hang out with.
All of the fish seem to have their own personality as well, which I absolutely love about the game. All of the fish speak to each other, perform tasks in the tank, and entertain you with their random actions; so, there is far more to them than simply bobbing and floating around in the water to look pretty.
Fishdom is definitely a game built for players who enjoy working through challenging match-three puzzles. As you start playing the game, the puzzles are not too difficult, which is nice as you are just trying to establish your fish tank. However, once you get into the higher levels of the game, the puzzles start to get so difficult that the game seems to stand still at times.
One of the things I love about Fishdom is that you have to pay a small fee before downloading, which means you don't have to suffer through any ads while playing the game. All you have to worry about when playing Fishdom is sitting back, relaxing, and having a good time!